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India’s Cricket Schedule 2020-21 (Updated): BCCI likely to make changes in Match Schedules

India's Cricket Schedule 2020-21

India’s Cricket Schedule 2020-21: India is a country where people not only play Cricket, but they also entreat Cricket. People in this country worship their favorite Cricketer like God. As we all know, the World’s situation is not the same as before, but somewhere locked inside their home, the population of this country is missing their favorite entertainment. 

Coronavirus has tormented almost every country in the World. This dangerous pandemics has almost taken billions of lives and has also ruined many sectors. No matter what the country is, Rich or Poor Developed or Under-developing COVID-19 has spread its arms in every possible corner in the World. 

India’s Cricket Schedule 2020-21

When we talk about Coronavirus’s effect in the World and in several sectors, how can we forget the impact of this pandemic on Cricket? Cricket is one of the most loved sports in the entire whole. Everyone in the World enjoys Cricket as Cricket not only spreads the positivity of sportsmanship, but it also defines unity. 

No matter the person is Black or White, Hindu or Muslim, overlooking all religious conflict, Appearance disputes eleven people come together under a single flag and symbolize their country in the World. 

When we talk about Cricket, you may have to know that BCCI is the most valuable cricket Board in the World, representing team India. Many of you would get confused between ICC and BCCI. ICC is an International Cricket Board or, in easy word’s ICC, is the father of all cricket boards. 

Indian Cricket Schedule 2020-21

The respective boards of every country come under ICC and ICC is responsible for making decisions regarding Cricket. The main aim of ICC is to promote genuine Cricket and maintain the standard of this sport. 

As COVID-19 has ruined every upcoming tournament, several cricket Boards are looking forward to commencing Cricket in their respective countries. Currently, West Indies have visited England, and I am also glad to inform you that West Indies has defeated England in the first international test series, and Blackwood was the lone warrior who brought the game home. 

According to our sources, Cricket in India may start promptly. Our experts have also informed that BCCI is all set to make slight changes in Indian 2020- 21 travels. This decision from BCCI is taken because of the continuous development in COVID-19 cases in India. 

BCCI doesn’t want to endanger its player life, so BCCI is looking forward to not to make any quick decisions regarding the team matches, and its international tour. 

Novel Coronavirus and its effect on BCCI

To be very honest, I am a huge cricket fan, and I adore team India. Like every cricket fan, even I worship my favorite cricket player. Still, because of the current situation throughout the country, Cricket in India seems impossible in 2020. The Coronavirus has devastated every Indian fan’s hope, as the month of April May and June is recognized as the season of leagues. 

In case if there existed no pandemic, then BCCI would successfully complete it’s IPL 2020. IPl- 2020, this was the most awaiting tournament for every cricket enthusiast. After IPl world Cup t20 was also in line as it was the next big tournament for India after the Indian Premier League. 

If you don’t know, let me tell you that BCCI won’t make any decision without informing the Indian government. As things are not the same in the country, BCCI needs the government’s authority to decide the future of Cricket in India. Our sources also informed that BCCI would take some crucial steps regarding IPL-2020. Earlier IPL-2020 was meant to be Launch on 29th March 2020, but amid coronavirus crises, the event was postponed. 

Now BCCI has hinted that they will conduct this tournament after 2 to 3 months. BCCI and the Indian government are waiting for things to get in control. Until that, we have to wait for further updates from BCCI. Our sources stated that The BCCI is probably going to accept a proposal of IPL 2020 once the International Cricket Council (ICC) makes its report clear regarding the T20 World Cup in Australia booked for October and November.

Potential changes from BCCI in 2020-21

Cricket is one of the most loved sports in the entire whole. Everyone in the World enjoys Cricket as Cricket not only spreads the positivity of sportsmanship, but it also defines unity. The BCCI is probably going to accept a proposal of IPL 2020 once the International Cricket Council (ICC) makes its report clear regarding the T20 World Cup in Australia booked for October and November.

The Indian team schedule for the 2020-21 summer includes a limited series in South Africa meanwhile in August. The updated time table also adds 10 ODIs and three T20Is facing England in September. The ICC is expected to drop the T20 World Cup in October after Australian Board is unwilling to arrange the event.

As indicated by another India cricket plan for 2020-21, the nearby arrangement against England will probably extend to January-February one year from now. Among the potential changes that the BCCI will make, the cricket organization can set up a timetable in which England plays three tests rather than five for 10 ODI and T20I matches (five each). 

BCCI will likewise audit a timetable for IPL 2020 by taking the window of the T20 World Cup in a manner that permits Team India’s calendar to push ahead with the rushed Australian visit in November and December.

Month
Series Name
July 2020

Australia tour of England, 2020 (Postponed)

Jul 03 – Jul 16

New Zealand tour of West Indies, 2020 (Postponed)

Jul 08 – Jul 19

West Indies tour of England, 2020

Jul 08 – Jul 28

Pakistan tour of Ireland, 2020 (Postponed)

Jul 12 – Jul 14

South Africa tour of West Indies, 2020 (Postponed)

Jul 15 – Aug 16

Ireland tour of England, 2020

Jul 30 – Aug 04
August 2020

Pakistan tour of England, 2020

Aug 05 – Sep 01

Zimbabwe tour of Australia, 2020 (Postponed)

Aug 09 – Aug 15
October 2020

West Indies tour of Australia, 2020

Oct 04 – Oct 09

India tour of Australia, 2020-21

Oct 11 – Jan 17

ICC Mens T20 World Cup 2020

Oct 18 – Nov 15
November 2020

Afghanistan tour of Australia Only Test, 2020

Nov 21 – Nov 25
January 2021

New Zealand tour of Australia, 2021

Jan 26 – Feb 02

So, like every cricket fan, even you guys have to wait a little more to enjoy real Cricket. Until then, stay safe, guys. Stay healthy. If anything happens, world wire will notify you.

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Aakash Mishra

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